I've had my Infinity BassLink for a couple years now, and it's served me well. Recently, though, as I was tweaking my car's EQ I realized that the BassLink was really not outputting the frequencies I need it to. It's rated to play from 20 to 120 Hz, which is around the range of bass drum and the very low end of bass guitar. I need it to play higher, up to around 200 Hz or so.
Since I'm no electrical engineer, I figured I need to appeal for help. The BassLink has a built-in low-pass filter, but I don't know how it's constructed or where it is on the amp board. Is anyone familiar with the BassLink's internals? If I took some photos of the BassLink's amp board, would it be a relatively simple matter of locating the filter and recommending which parts I need to replace to change it?
Or should I just sell the BassLink on eBay and buy a separate sub, box and amp? I'd end up having to shell out money in the end (BassLinks only gather about $200 or less nowadays), but if that works better than trying to hack my current set up, I may have to go that route.